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  • Raising an Explosive Child. The Positive Parental Approach to Empowering Children with ADHD. Emotional Control Strategies for Being Able to Recognize and Deal with Children's Attention Deficit Disorder.
  • By: David Miller
  • Narrated by: Martin Landry
  • Length: 6 hrs and 16 mins
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ADHD in Children

By: David Miller
Narrated by: Martin Landry
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Summary

Discover how ADHD can be turned into your child's greatest asset instead of it being a hindrance!

Has your child been diagnosed with ADHD? Do you want to help them but you are not sure how?

The condition called ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) is one of the most misunderstood, hotly debated, kicked around, and generally mangled topics in education, parenting, pediatrics, psychiatry, mental health, and child development. Many consider ADHD as a hindering disorder and equate it with failure. With this book, Dr. David Miller is about to break all myths and taboos regarding ADHD.

Would you like for your child to overcome the hardships of "ADHD" with ease? Would you like for them to achieve great success in life?

If so, then you are in the right place because this book has all the tools you need to turn the "hindering condition" into your child's greatest asset!

With this book, Dr. David wants to teach everybody about this condition that is so misleadingly called ADHD to show them how they can turn it into the asset it ought to be and avoid the terrible outcomes that can result if it is not dealt with properly.

Here is what this guide for kids with ADHD can offer you:

  • Why labeling ADHD as such is misleading, and why is it needed to flip our approach completely
  • Essential components of effective ADHD care
  • ADHD education - how to boost learning at home and school with ease
  • ADHD exercises - how to increase performance through movement
  • ADHD rest - how to do more by doing less
  • ADHD nutrition - how to properly fuel the body for an increase in brain productivity
  • And much more!

If you want your child to overcome the hardships of ADHD with ease and use it as an asset that will help them in life, all you need to do is follow this step-by-step guide and expert exercises and advice found in this book. 

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  • Janet M. Barns
  • 10-11-22

Parenting Children with ADHD.

This book is the one to listen to if you need suggestions for things to do with your children and engaging activities. For my son who has ADHD, I was intrigued by this book's hands-on exercises and am pleased I did.

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  • Eugene C. Stidham
  • 10-11-22

Great ideas.

My kid has always struggled with organization, but this book has altered his outlook and made organization enjoyable. Really good book.

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  • Robert B. Saunders
  • 10-11-22

Helpful for any instructor.

As a person who works with teenagers, some of whom have ADHD, I found this book to be useful in coming up with quick, easy, and simple methods to engage more. It was written in a straightforward manner, yet it did alter the interactions.

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  • Diana B. Newell
  • 11-11-22

Highly recommend.

This information is vital for me as a parent who has recently learned that my 8-year-old has ADHD. I've worked with children and family members who have ADHD for more than 8 years, but this book has taught me things I didn't know before. It provides me with specific approaches to consider and interact with my child. It's simply fantastic.

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  • Jason M. Harden
  • 11-11-22

Amazing!!

Amazing if your child is having difficulties; it was really helpful to me and my youngster has gradually improved.

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  • Joseph P. Veit
  • 11-11-22

So helpful

Outstanding instruction on how to think about, comprehend and support the ADHD youngster. I listen to this to learn how to support and understand my grandpa in the best way possible. Tools and strategies are beneficial. Please buy this book and use it frequently. A must-listen if your child suffers from ADHD.

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  • John L. Suh
  • 11-11-22

Superb book.

The finest book I've listened to on raising an ADHD child is this one. Very clear and valuable advice.

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  • Kendall J. Amann
  • 11-11-22

Clear resource to understand adhd

I now have a better grasp of how someone with ADHD thinks and experiences difficulties. I now know how to best support my child's development.

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  • Ramon B. Hamilton
  • 10-11-22

Effective!!

This book opened my eyes to all the options available for amusing my child and raising dopamine levels healthily.

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  • Caroline C. Dunston
  • 10-11-22

A Useful Guide!!

Anyone searching for fun activities to do with kids who have ADHD should listen to this. The exercises concentrate on several facets of socializing and learning. If you have to work with energetic kids, reading it is definitely worthwhile!